Atlas Insurance supports APS Summer Festival for second year running

Atlas is once again proud to support the local art scene, through its sponsorship of the APS Summer Festival which is set to take place between 20 July and 31 July 2022.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 5 July, 2022 at 10:53 am by Andre Camilleri

Atlas Insurance is once again supporting the APS Summer Festival which is set to take place at the University of Malta campus between 20 and the 31 July 2022. This is the third edition of the APS Summer Festival and the second edition that Atlas is sponsoring the event.

Speaking during the launch of the festival, Managing Director and CEO of Atlas Insurance Matthew von Brockdorff said that the company is once again pleased to accept APS’s invitation to support the summer festival, which is becoming a regular fixture of Malta’s cultural programme.

“We are pleased that by extening our support, we are helping to provide a platform which gives opportunities for artists and performers across a variety of genres. At Atlas, we are committed to contributing to the community in which we operate, through our various initiatives in the areas of sustainability, heritage, sports & wellbeing – and in this case the arts and culture which are an important cornerstone of our overall ESG strategy and very much in line with our purpose beyond profit,” Mr von Brockdorff said.

He added that the involvement of Atlas started during the pandemic and in doing so the company firmly supported Maltese customers, businesses and artists. “As we adapt to the new normal, we are proud to have renewed our support this year, in very different circumstances, but with the same objective of celebrating culture and promoting artistic talent,” he said, whilst congratulating APS Bank for organising this festival.

The series of events forming part of this festival are being organised under the artistic direction of Annalisa Schembri, and in celebration of diversity and the magic of entertainment. The festival will feature headline acts such as the Beangrowers, The New Victorians, Qamar-Qabar, Kantera as well as the Malta Philarmonic Orchetsra. A number of international acts will also feature in the programme.

For more information, one can visit the APS Bank’s Summer Festival website page on

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